WEFOUNDPrisoner Princess (Belles and Bullets Book 5)


We've tackled Jasmine and Ariel but if there were ever a Disney Princess that needed an intervention, it would be Belle. When I watched this film as an adult, what stood out to me weren't the adorable songs ("Be Our Guest" is off the hook) or her ridiculously large, ill-fitting yellow dress; it was that her situation is extremely tragic.

Allow me to summarize. Smart young French girl lives in a "provincial" village where she seems to be the only literate citizen. Girl's father is emotionally unavailable and seems to be a bit A Beautiful Mind if you ask me. Due to unforeseen circumstances, girl finds herself being held against her will by the town's beast. She works through her fear of being eaten or mauled by her captor, develops a classic case of Stockholm syndrome which in her eyes turns the beast into a sexy prince.

"Are you serious? You've been kidnapped." Bell's mom pushes her way past her daughter and scans the foyer. "Where's the bastard?" She cocks her shotgun.

Belle is the object of the town’s attention, mostly because she’s too beautiful to be weird. More so, she rejects the affections of the town’s alpha-male, Gaston (“What’s wrong with her?” “She’s crazy!” “He’s gorgeous !”).

Beauty and the Beast is my favorite movie of all time, as a result, I’ve grown up admiring Belle, so much so that she’s always been a kind of big sisterly role model for me. Growing up, we’ve all felt a little out of place, like we don’t belong and that everyone’s talking (or singing a big opening number) about you and your strangeness. But Belle showed us that it’s okay to be a little odd. It’s okay to be stuck in a book all day and sing to sheep.

Much of Belle’s bravery and selflessness can be seen within the first half hour of the movie. When Maurice’s horse returns home without him, Belle instantly mounts and sets off into the darkness to find her father. Even braver is her heartwrenching decision to take her father’s place as prisoner in the Beast’s castle. (Would you have done that?)

We've tackled Jasmine and Ariel but if there were ever a Disney Princess that needed an intervention, it would be Belle. When I watched this film as an adult, what stood out to me weren't the adorable songs ("Be Our Guest" is off the hook) or her ridiculously large, ill-fitting yellow dress; it was that her situation is extremely tragic.

Allow me to summarize. Smart young French girl lives in a "provincial" village where she seems to be the only literate citizen. Girl's father is emotionally unavailable and seems to be a bit A Beautiful Mind if you ask me. Due to unforeseen circumstances, girl finds herself being held against her will by the town's beast. She works through her fear of being eaten or mauled by her captor, develops a classic case of Stockholm syndrome which in her eyes turns the beast into a sexy prince.

"Are you serious? You've been kidnapped." Bell's mom pushes her way past her daughter and scans the foyer. "Where's the bastard?" She cocks her shotgun.

Belle is the object of the town’s attention, mostly because she’s too beautiful to be weird. More so, she rejects the affections of the town’s alpha-male, Gaston (“What’s wrong with her?” “She’s crazy!” “He’s gorgeous !”).

Beauty and the Beast is my favorite movie of all time, as a result, I’ve grown up admiring Belle, so much so that she’s always been a kind of big sisterly role model for me. Growing up, we’ve all felt a little out of place, like we don’t belong and that everyone’s talking (or singing a big opening number) about you and your strangeness. But Belle showed us that it’s okay to be a little odd. It’s okay to be stuck in a book all day and sing to sheep.

Much of Belle’s bravery and selflessness can be seen within the first half hour of the movie. When Maurice’s horse returns home without him, Belle instantly mounts and sets off into the darkness to find her father. Even braver is her heartwrenching decision to take her father’s place as prisoner in the Beast’s castle. (Would you have done that?)

With Belles Magical Story Skirt, kids can use the included water wand to reveal Belles first dance with the Beast on her skirt. Fill the included wand with water, brush it on the dress, and see the scene magically appear; Once it dries, brush and reveal the story again and again; Doll has movie-inspired features. Use included water wand to reveal a scene on the removable fashion. Comes with a removable pair of shoes. One supplied. For ages 3 years and over. WARNING(S): Not suitable for children under 3 years old. Only for domestic use. Only to be used in water where the child is within its depth and under adult supervision.

With Rapunzel's Magical Story Skirt, girls can use the included water wand to reveal Rapunzel and Flynn's lantern-lit boat ride on her skirt. Fill the included wand with water, brush it on the dress, and see the scene magically appear! Once it dries,...

With Snow White's Magical Story Skirt, kids can use the included water wand to reveal Snow White dancing with the Seven Dwarfs on her skirt. Fill the included wand with water, brush it on the dress, and see the scene magically appear! Once it dries, brush...

We've tackled Jasmine and Ariel but if there were ever a Disney Princess that needed an intervention, it would be Belle. When I watched this film as an adult, what stood out to me weren't the adorable songs ("Be Our Guest" is off the hook) or her ridiculously large, ill-fitting yellow dress; it was that her situation is extremely tragic.

Allow me to summarize. Smart young French girl lives in a "provincial" village where she seems to be the only literate citizen. Girl's father is emotionally unavailable and seems to be a bit A Beautiful Mind if you ask me. Due to unforeseen circumstances, girl finds herself being held against her will by the town's beast. She works through her fear of being eaten or mauled by her captor, develops a classic case of Stockholm syndrome which in her eyes turns the beast into a sexy prince.

"Are you serious? You've been kidnapped." Bell's mom pushes her way past her daughter and scans the foyer. "Where's the bastard?" She cocks her shotgun.


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